Be careful of the words that come out from your mouth. Most times we feel that we could always joke around with words neglecting the effect. Whatever you say, either positive or negative, has an effect therefore you are to decide what effect it should have.
Some words bring darkness and despair and are rooted in fear. Some words bring light and hope and are rooted in love. Are your words rooted in love? … More 5 Ways to Tame Your Tongue
Boundaries are definitions – definitions of you. But when someone is trying to define you according to what they think, what do you do? How do you keep your boundaries?
Boundaries are meant to protect and guide you and not to limit you. Therefore, as you draw boundaries, keep them, know when to expand them, and expand them. … More On Keeping Boundaries
Now, I know we’re in the ‘jet age’ and we feel practices like this is old school, but that’s not true. we mustn’t allow borrowed culture deprive us of our common sense/morals. … More Respect is Indeed Reciprocal
I’ve met people who talk about respect according to their own understanding, I’ve also seen people react in one way or the other because someone does not respect them. Our society has taught us so much about respect: in speech, in greeting, in serving food and so on. … More How to Respect Others
It’s okay to frankly and respectfully tell a person that you don’t agree with what they said or posted and go on to explain why. It’s a mature and responsible thing to do. Don’t make the goal of a discussion of differing opinions be that of conversion to yours. It’s imposing your values on them which isn’t right. … More Learn to Respectfully Disagree
Self respect does not make you conceited or self centered. It is about having a deep sense of self worth and self love to show that you are worthy of receiving love and in turn, giving love. External factors will not give you the self respect that you crave, it is just and all about … More Do You Respect Yourself?